L'Ecrin aux Epices

Reunion specialty restaurant. A marriage of Creole flavors and Norman products intended to make you travel: more than a meal, an escape! L’Ecrin aux épices offers an evolving menu with fresh products (three starters, three main courses, three desserts) that change every day depending on demand. This method avoids waste and has very little waste. Sharing culinary know-how through Reunionese culture. Have a good trip !



Restaurant La Musardiere

La Musardière*** a haven of peace in the heart of Giverny, the village of Claude Monet. This 19th century building was first a private home and then a rest home for ladies before being transformed into a Hotel-Crêperie. In 2019, La Musardière is reinventing itself as a Bistronomic Restaurant and Charming Hotel*** open all year round.

Le jardin des plumes

Treat yourself to a gourmet and gastronomic interlude, in the Art Deco spirit, in the land of the Impressionists. Located in Giverny, this beautiful Anglo-Norman residence built a century ago has since 2012 become an elegant hotel-restaurant with an Art Deco spirit. But more than a place, the restaurant of the Jardin des Plumes is a state of mind: sincerity, simplicity, just tastes, colors, care in the reception and the plate… and a Norman touch. A new gastronomic parenthesis offered by David Gallienne, starred chef, known for his appearances on the Top Chef show.

Restaurant Old Hotel Baudy

Welcome to the world of Claude Monet, painter and gardener. For more than forty years, until his death in 1926, Giverny was his home, his place of creation, and his work. A world of meaning, colors and memories, the house where the artist lived with his family houses his living room-workshop and his exceptional collection of Japanese prints. The gardens are made up of the Clos Normand and its flower beds and the Water Garden, planted with oriental plants and weeping willows, with its Japanese bridge painted green and its water lilies.

Les Nymphéas

Take a seat at Claude Monet’s table and discover the cuisine of the Master of Impressionism. In Giverny, in the village of Claude Monet, continue the Impressionist adventure right down to the plate. And yes, at the Water Lilies restaurant opposite the master’s house, the chef suggests the “A la table de Monet” menu from the precious recipe books of the painter himself, a lover of good food and a follower of traditional family cooking. . Witness the duck with turnips, chicken with onions, Creole fish duo, Mélanie’s puff pastry, or French toast…

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